TITLE

The End of the Dawes Plan

AUTHOR(S)
Simonds, Frank H.
PUB. DATE
June 1928
SOURCE
New Republic;6/20/28, Vol. 55 Issue 707, p113
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Agrees with the view of John Maynard Keynes that the Dawes Plan would have to be modified, and German reparation payments reduced. His claim that if American policy remained unchanged, the United States would receive at the hands of her associates of the War all they receive from Germany on account of reparations; German borrowing abroad to pay reparations; German conceptions of a fair price.
ACCESSION #
15255762

 

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